How Many COD Points is the Battle Pass for MW2? – Answered

How much??

Call of Duty, like many other live service games, has adopted the battle pass model. Charging players an upfront cost to unlock exclusive rewards for upcoming seasons of content. Of course, it’s not as simple as just purchasing the battle pass; players will first need to buy COD Points, the premium currency for Call of Duty. This currency can only be purchased in specific quantities, so how many COD Points do you need for the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 battle pass? We have the answer for you below.

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How Many COD Points is the Battle Pass for MW2? – Answered

The Call of Duty MW2 battle pass costs 1100 COD Points, which is roughly $10. You don’t need to pass to access some of the new features of the season. However, it will grant you immediate access to the new weapon and operator of the season.

In Season 3 of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, the team at Infinity Ward introduced a new tier for the battle pass, the BlackCell. This is an even more premium version of the pass that costs $30. You’ll want to grab this pass if you want even more exclusive rewards and extra COD points. Or if you like throwing money into the never satisfied jaws of capitalism.

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Here’s what the BlackCell pass will grant you access to during the season:

  • Exclusive access to the BlackCell Sector
  • Instantly access to a BlackCell Operator with Animated Camo
  • Playstation® Exclusive** additional 5 Battle Token Tier Skips
  • BlackCell Bonus Topper of 12 Operator Skin Alternatives
  • Pro-Tuned Weapon Blueprint, Vehicle Skin + Finishing Move
  • Current Battle Pass is included with purchase plus 20 Battle Token Tier Skips
  • 1,100 CP bonus

If you don’t care about any of that, and we don’t blame you, then just pick up the normal battle pass in COD MW2 for 1100 Cod Points. Check out all of our Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone coverage right here.

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